•Server fails to verify the client's certificate, and rejects EAP-TLS authentication.
•Client fails to verify the server's certificate, and rejects EAP-TLS authentication.
Certificate validation fails if the:
–Certificate has expired.
–Server or client cannot find the certificate issuer.
–Signature check failed.
•The client dropped cases resulting in malformed EAP packets.
EAP-TLS also supports the Session Resume feature. ACS supports the EAP-TLS session resume feature for fast reauthentication of a user who has already passed full EAP-TLS authentication. If the EAP-TLS configuration includes a session timeout period, ACS caches each TLS session for the duration of the timeout period.
When a user reconnects within the configured EAP-TLS session timeout period, ACS resumes the EAP-TLS session and reauthenticates the user with TLS handshake only, without a certificate check.
ACS 5.4 supports EAP-TLS session resumption without session state to be stored at the server. It also supports session ticket extension as described in RFC 5077. The ACS server creates a ticket and sends it to an EAP-TLS client. The client presents the ticket to ACS to resume a session.
The Stateless session resumption is supported in the distributed deployment, so that a session ticket issued by one node is accepted by another node.
The entire ticket is authenticated over its fields using a MAC with a 128-bit authentication key. The fields are encrypted using AES-CBC with a 128-bit encryption key and IV that are found in the ticket. The ACS administrator configures a limited lifetime for the session ticket.
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